3rd Parallel Session

Software Engineering & Machine Learning (Seminar room 3)

Ralf Reussner (KIT Karlsruhe, SPP 1593 – Design for Future – Managed Software Evolution):
Predictability + Division of Labor = Engineering of Software

Henning Wachsmuth (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar):
Self-supervised Learning for Online Adaptation

Kristian Kersting (TU Dortmund, SFB 876):
Declarative Programming for Statistical Machine Learning

Christian Bockermann (TU Dortmund, SFB 876):
Design of a Realtime Analysis Engine for High-Volume Astroparticle Physics

Dynamic Communication Networks (Seminar room 1 + 2)

Christoph Lenzen (MPI Saarbrücken):
Parallel Metric Tree Embedding based on an Algebraic View on Moore-Bellman-Ford

Petra Berenbrink (Universität Hamburg):
Efficient Plurality Consensus on the Clique

Christian Scheideler (Paderborn University, SFB 901):
Towards highly robust overlay networks

Alexander Skopalik (Paderborn University, SFB 901):
Routing Games with Progressive Filling

Security & Cryptography (Seminar room 4)

Ulrich Rührmair (Ruhr Uni Bochum, GK 1817 UbiCrypt):
Virtual Proofs of Reality and Their Physical Implementation

Oliver Schranz (Saarland University, CISPA): 
The new Android Runtime and its security applications

Richard Gay (TU Darmstadt, SPP 1496 – RS3):
Usage Control in Distributed Systems

Fabian Eidens / Volker Krummel (Paderborn University and Wincor Nixdorf, SFB 901):
Expressive practical credential systems from standard techniques

Quality Assurance & Economic Design (Seminar room 5)

Özgür Gürerk (RWTH Aachen):
Understanding the Behavioural Drivers of Execution Failures in Retail Supply Chains: An Experimental Study Using Virtual Reality

Johannes Leder (University of Bamberg):
No Safety No Pay. Using Virtual Reality to model Prototypes for Risk Assessment in the Workplace

René Fahr (Paderborn University, SFB 901):
To the mean or not? How people aggregate customer reviews – Evidence from real time product decisions in the field